Look, I’m no Gordon Ramsay in the kitchen, but I definitely know some simple rules for cooking. Just the basics, but unfortunately, not everyone knows how to do some of this stuff. I can’t stand it when there are other people in the kitchen while I’m trying to cook. It throws everything off.
In a recent post in Reddit’s popular r/cooking subreddit, someone just had to vent about something their mother did in the kitchen to “help” and it ruined the meal. Here’s what they said:
I was going to make perfect tender and juicy chicken breast with a sous vide stick but my mom decided to overrule me behind my back by turning the temperature up from 65C to 90C “just to be speed it up” (even though they would have been ready right on time for dinner at 19:00 as planned… It now has the consistency of stringy leather and tastes like it too.
I was curious if your family (or friends) have ever decided to give you a “helping” hand behind your back?